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Aug 31, 2005 11:50 |  #16

schmoelzel,
After a long wait, it was well worth it. I was really amazed at the before and after shots. You have really given hope to some newbie like me. I will surely shoot RAW from now on.
Thanks a lot!

PS. I think we should make this thread a sticky




  
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Aug 31, 2005 11:56 |  #17

nice work!




  
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Aug 31, 2005 12:11 |  #18

Great work, but I have one question.

Why do You sharpen 3 times?

First time in the raw converter.
Second time with the FM plugin (which I also have for 20D).
Third time with PS USM.

Is it really necesary to sharpen 3 times when You don't do selective sharpening?


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Aug 31, 2005 13:45 |  #19

Thank you so much for sharing this with us.


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Aug 31, 2005 14:12 as a reply to  @ relsah's post |  #20

relsah wrote:
PS. I think we should make this thread a sticky

Would you read it if it was? :lol:

Check the Tutorials Sticky ;) :lol:

This is an excellent and informative thread! It was added to the tutorials list immediately!


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Aug 31, 2005 19:14 as a reply to  @ CyberDyneSystems's post |  #21

Outstanding work Schmoelzel! I appreciate you putting this together for us.. definitely something I will learn from.

William


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Aug 31, 2005 21:07 as a reply to  @ tommykjensen's post |  #22

tommykjensen wrote:
Great work, but I have one question.

Why do You sharpen 3 times?

First time in the raw converter.
Second time with the FM plugin (which I also have for 20D).
Third time with PS USM.

Is it really necesary to sharpen 3 times when You don't do selective sharpening?

Thanks Tommy! I should have clarified that I have my RAW preferences set so that only the preview is sharpened not the RAW output. I find that this helps me adjust other parameters more accurately. Thus, I am really only sharpening twice. As I mentioned, I am no PSCS expert and haven't really played around with selective sharpening. (yet :) )




  
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Aug 31, 2005 21:08 as a reply to  @ S Taylor's post |  #23

William Taylor wrote:
Outstanding work Schmoelzel! I appreciate you putting this together for us.. definitely something I will learn from.

William

Thank you William. Glad it might help and this is the only way to learn.........




  
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Aug 31, 2005 21:10 as a reply to  @ relsah's post |  #24

relsah wrote:
schmoelzel,
After a long wait, it was well worth it. I was really amazed at the before and after shots. You have really given hope to some newbie like me. I will surely shoot RAW from now on.
Thanks a lot!

PS. I think we should make this thread a sticky

Thanks and hope this helps a bit.......I would highly recommend the book Real World Camera Raw by Bruce Fraser. It really helped/helps me understand more about what is happening with all those sliders!!




  
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Sep 01, 2005 00:26 as a reply to  @ schmoelzel's post |  #25

schmoelzel wrote:
Thanks Tommy! I should have clarified that I have my RAW preferences set so that only the preview is sharpened not the RAW output. I find that this helps me adjust other parameters more accurately.

Ok, that was also a recommendation I read in the book "Real World Camera Raw ..." I do the same.

schmoelzel wrote:
Thus, I am really only sharpening twice. As I mentioned, I am no PSCS expert and haven't really played around with selective sharpening. (yet )

I read that ;) And I am no expert either so am not using selective sharpening yet.


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Sep 01, 2005 11:49 |  #26

can somebody put this up as a PDF file please? I'd like to grab a copy of it if possible.


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Sep 01, 2005 12:05 |  #27

What a superb tutorial - easy to follow and a great result too :)

Thankyou very much for sharing.

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Sep 01, 2005 12:27 as a reply to  @ Nidz's post |  #28

Nidz wrote:
can somebody put this up as a PDF file please? I'd like to grab a copy of it if possible.

If the moderators allow it and someone tells me how to do it, I'll be glad to, as I've already converted it to a PDF. P.S. - It's a 2MB file.


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Sep 02, 2005 18:17 |  #29

thanks for sharing this. i copy and pasted the whole article including pictures in microsoft word 2000.it worked great


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Sep 02, 2005 19:28 as a reply to  @ wolverinesr1's post |  #30

wolverinesr1 wrote:
thanks for sharing this. i copy and pasted the whole article including pictures in microsoft word 2000.it worked great

Great!! I am glad that you all are gleaning something from this........:)




  
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